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The Value Of The Journey

The three things that add value to our lives are:

  1. Pursuing goals of value(the effort).
  2. Achieving valuable goals(the achievement).
  3. Being in a state of value.

Hours of practice and effort leads to achievement and a transformation to a particular state. Knowledge, if earned, feels deserving and adds a sense of accomplishment.


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